High Country Treasures has joined the Evergreen Design Center on Meadow Drive.
The shop, in the space where Rocky Mountain Log Furniture used to be, has a trove of high-end antiques and vintage and designer items.
Owners Deb and Jake Robinson moved the store from Conifer to be in the Design Center to complete the ensemble of home décor businesses. In the center, you’ll find furniture, carpets, wall décor, gardening accessories and floral arrangements.
Stems floral shop has moved to the first floor, and High Country Treasures occupies most of the rest of the building. It’s been open just over a week, and Deb Robinson said she’s pleased with the response the store is getting.
“Being here is a perfect fit,” she said. “It’s great space, and we have fun stuff.”
She’s hoping to jump into involvement in Evergreen and is planning fun theme nights in the shop.
“We want to be small-town oriented,” Robinson said. Plus, she says her website brings people to Evergreen from down the hill, which helps all area businesses.
Find High Country Treasures online at www.highcntrytreasures.com or call 720-612-7876.
It’s Parkway Auto Repair
Last week’s Business Beat profiled Sandy Kidd. The Evergreen native is the owner of Parkway Auto Repair, not Evergreen Auto Repair.
Kidd easily forgave the columnist’s error, saying simply that everyone makes mistakes.
So we’re making it right.
Kidd and Parkway Auto Repair can be found at 3022 Evergreen Parkway on the frontage road south of Boone Mountain Sports. Call Kidd at 303-674-0708.
Have business story ideas? Contact Evergreen resident Deb Hurley Brobst at 303-350-1041 or at email@example.com.